Located in the magical area of Cape San Blas and Indian Pass Florida, nestled between the sparkling Gulf of Mexico and the tranquil waters of St. Joseph's Bay, lies a slice of heaven known as The Forgotten Coast here is the secret treasure of the #1 Rated Beach in America in 2002 , located minutes away, at St. Joseph Peninsula State Park.
This page is dedicated to show you the Area surrounding Two Palms and Three Palms and all the exciting things to do here. Click on the previous links and find out all the specifics of each beach house and how to secure your dream vacation. Click the following link Weather Forecast for Port St Joe. Forget Destin and Pensacola, with their huge obtrusive Condos and city like traffic jams, where it can take 20 minutes to go a couple blocks. Here traffic jams consists of dolphins, birds and stars. The building codes will not permit any structure above three stories and more than likely your only stress will be choosing the activity of day from the endless choices available. GOLF is minutes away.
A gorgeous and huge RED caught with a shrimp, from the shore in front of Two Palms just after a Tropical Storm August, 2009. Brian, his wife, and 5 boys from Jacksonville were superstars in preventing water from destroying the home.
Choose your FISHING spot, on our beach, deep sea fishing, the St. JOSEPH BAY, with, or without a guide, river fishing, lake fishing, scalloping in the Bay, blue crab fishing in the creeks or along the shoreline. Bring or buy a fishing throw net and catch your live shrimp for bait or a meal. I personally have caught eight different species of fish, on the shore in front of 2 and 3 PALMS. Water sports abound. Kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, Boat Rentals at St. Joe‘s Harbor (sailboat or motorboat)Port St. Joe Marina. Surf the waters of Cape San Blas, there are surf boards, boogie boards, or just go the old-fashion way, body surfing.
Visit St Joe State Park . for a nature hike or rent a bike and go out to the tip of the park that is only accessible by foot or boat. Visit historic Apalachicola, with its fine restaurants, antiques, shopping and bed and breakfasts, sample some of their world-renowned Oysters. Speaking of oysters, within 1 mile of both 2 and 3 PALMS is the world famous Indian Pass Raw Bar featured in the New York Times. This 70 year old institution is renowned for its fresh sweet oysters, shrimp, giant crab legs, and jambalaya.
Walk the beaches, and some days never see another human being. Watch the Dolphins joyfully plane in the surf, the pelicans diving for shrimp, the eagles flying above, and a potpourri of wildlife that makes this area a truly magnificent and naturally preserved Sanctuary, second to none. Speaking of second to none, wait until you see the sunsets. This is truly a family place where folks can Reconnect and bond with each other for lifelong memories.
My wife and I are here to serve your vacation needs. If you ever need anything or just have a question about House, the area, or just want to say hello, Please call or Email Us and we will make every effort to get back to you ASAP.We sincerely hope that your vacation experience is one of the best you'll ever have and that you'll come back soon and tell your friends. Our very best to you and your families Peter and Lydia Burns.